UPDATE: Judge Mira ran out of patience waiting for defendant Tozier-Robbins to show up in court. He issued a new, final bench warrant with a bail amount of $10,000. The police won't be out there looking for the alleged stalker but if she comes into contact with the cops for any reason -- even a traffic violation -- she'll be arrested and held on $10,000 bail. Deputy D.A. Jason Clouse told RadarOnline.com exclusively, "A new trial date will be set for whenever she comes in."
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A bench warrant was issued Monday morning against Miranda Tozier-Robbins, the woman accused on stalking Britney Spears. She was a no-show in the Malibu courtroom of Judge Lawrence Mira.
Mira issued the warrant for Tozier-Robbins' arrest with an attached bail amount of $5,000.
Britney has just wrapped the European leg of her world tour and is on a break until August 20 when she picks up again in the U.S.